English: Learn Colors, Counting, and Object/Animal Names with Fun Games!
In this one time class, Students will participate in a scavenger hunt for colors around their room. (Please make sure there are some colorful toys or objects nearby before class begins)
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This is a fun class that meets once for 35 minutes. I believe children learn best when they are playing and having fun! In this class we will have a scavenger hunt for colors, so please make sure there are some colorful toys, clothes or objects nearby so your child does not have to leave the room. After we find each color the students will have an opportunity to show what they found. I will then use descriptive words to give clues about the object I found and Learners will take turns to...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn: - Colors - Counting - Listening skills - Inferencing Skills - Begin to categorize objects into groups
Grownups, be sure to have toys or safe objects near your child in the following colors: Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black, white, pink. *You can place these near your child or have them in a bin for your child to look through and find the appropriate color. * Remind children that they should stay in the same room unless they need a bathroom break.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please ensure that there are some colorful toys or objects nearby for your child to find. Children will be instructed to remain in the same room. Be sure to have something: red, orange, yellow, brown, green, blue, purple, black, white, and pink. If easier, you can have all of these objects in a bucket so they can sort through and find the correct color. As always, parents should supervise children during all outschool classes. Make sure there are no colorful objects nearby that you do not want them to touch. (Breakable, sharp, heavy, dangerous, etc. ) Set limitations for your child before the class to let them know where to look and what objects are appropriate to bring to their seat.
Children learn best through play
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
12 total reviews
32 completed classes
Hello! I'm Ms. Kelly. I love to read picture books and sing songs! Most of my classes are for young learners in preschool or kindergarten, but I am also starting up some confidence and journaling classes for older kids and teens I believe that...